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Jay Grenier enters his eighth season as the head baseball coach at Rhode Island College. He owns a career record of 337-213-1. Under his guidance, Rhode Island College posted a 21-14 overall record and an 8-6 (third place tie) in the Little East Conference in 2007.The Anchormen's 21 wins tied the 2006 edition's mark for the most wins in a season since the 1979 squad won 24 games. Grenier led the Anchormen to 21-20 overall record and an 8-6 (third place tie) mark in the Little East Conference in 2006, despite losing seven seniors from the NCAA Tournament squad in 2005. It was the Anchormen’s first winning season since 2003. RIC also made its first Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) New England Baseball Championship appearance in 19 years. The Anchormen won their first round contest vs. UMass Boston before the tournament was halted due to inclement weather. In 2005, he led the Anchormen to their first-ever Little East Conference Baseball Tournament Championship and a berth in the NCAA Div. III Baseball Tournament. In the LEC tourney, the fifthseeded Anchormen swept through the tournament with a 4-0 record, defeating all of the four higher seeds along the way. RIC concluded the ’05 campaign with a 19-21 overall record and posted a 7-7 (fifth place) mark in the LEC during the regular season. During the Fall 2004 campaign, he led the Anchormen to their second consecutive Cardi's Furniture Fall Baseball Classic Championship. RIC concluded the 2004 season with a 19-16 overall record and a 6-8 (fifth place) mark in the Little East. The squad played six games versus teams who were nationally ranked at the time. They were victorious in two games, including a 10-5 win over fourth-ranked Eastern Connecticut. RIC turned the corner in 2003, improving to 20-19-1 overall and 5-9 (sixth place) in the Little East Conference from 10-25 overall and 2-12 (seventh place) in 2002.
Jeanne A. Boichat Eligibility Technician 600 Mt. Pleasant Avenue Providence, RI 02908-1991 (401) 456-8212 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ric.edu 2007-2009 CATALOG Bachelor of Arts African/Afro-American Studies Anthropology Art-Studio (Ceramics, Graphic Design, Metalsmithing and Jewelry, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture) Art History Biology Chemistry Communications (Graphic Communications, Public and Professional Communication, Public Relations, Speech and Hearing Sciences, Mass Media Communications Computer Science Dance Performance Economics Elementary Education w/ content majors (English, French, General Science, Geography, History, Mathematics, Political Science, Social Studies, Spanish, Theatre) Elementary Education w/ majors (Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Physics) English Film Studies French Geography History Justice Studies (Criminal Justice, Justice and Society) Labor Studies Latin American Studies Mathematics Music Philosophy Physics Political Science Political Science (Public Administration) Psychology Secondary Education (Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, English, French, General Science, Geography, History, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Social Science, Sociology, Spanish) Sociology Spanish Spanish (Latin American Studies) “NEW” Theatre (Design/Technical, General Theatre, Musical Theatre, Performance) Women’s Studies Bachelor of Fine Arts Art Studio (Painting / Printmaking, Photography / Graphic Design, Sculpture / Ceramics / Metalsmithing and Jewelry) Bachelor of General Studies Bachelor of Music in Performance Bachelor of Social Work Bachelor of Science Accounting Art Education Chemical Dependency/Addiction Studies Chemistry Clinical Laboratory Science Computer Information Systems Computer Science
ATTICUS FINCH Post Office Box 8994 Los Angeles, CA 90026 213-999-9999 email@example.com EDUCATION YALE LAW SCHOOL, J.D., 2000 • Yale Law Journal • Director, Disability Clinic • Coker Teaching Fellow, Contracts I, Professor Reva Siegel • Research Assistant, Professor Jerry Mashaw HARVARD UNIVERSITY, A.B., 1995 • summa cum laude, English and American Literature/Philosophy • Phi Beta Kappa • Supervisor, University Lutheran Homeless Shelter EXPERIENCE ACLU FOUNDATION OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, Los Angeles, CA, 1997 - present Staff Attorney (2002 - present); George Slaff First Amendment Fellow (2001 - 02) Litigate civil rights and civil liberties cases in the areas of free speech, race and gender equity, voting rights, disability rights, police practices, poverty and welfare, immigrants' rights, employment, and open government. Successfully challenged restrictions on political protests. Coauthored brief to United States Supreme Court. Argued open meeting act case before California Supreme Court. COMMON CAUSE, Washington, DC, 2004 - present Chair, Board of Directors, and National Governing Board Supervise activities of Common Cause at state and national levels, including advocacy on campaign finance reform, open government, ethics, public accountability, and civil rights issues. Chair state board meetings. JUDGE STEPHEN REINHARDT, NINTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS, Los Angeles, CA, 2000-2001 NAACP LEGAL DEFENSE & EDUCATIONAL FUND, Washington, DC, Summer 1999 Researched and wrote memoranda and briefs on educational equity, school desegregation, employment discrimination, and fair housing issues. GREATER BOSTON LEGAL SERVICES, Boston, MA, 1995-97 Represented people with mental and physical disabilities seeking Social Security benefits. Gathered evidence, wrote legal briefs, and represented clients at administrative hearings. BAR ADMISSIONS Admitted to state and federal courts in California and Massachusetts.
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Doc. Name: SBMPTN2013BIO999 Doc. Version : 2013-10 | 01. Contoh keberadaan satwa pada suatu habitat yang dijaga dengan baik sebagai upaya pelestarian ex situ adalah… (A) Orang utan di hutan Kalimantan. (B) Cendrawasih di hutan Papua. (C) Rusa di Kebun Raya Bogor. (D) Pesut diSungai Mahakam. (E) Anoa di Pulau Sulawesi 02. Komunitas mikroba yang melekat pada suatu substrat/benda sehingga dapat merusak substrat/benda tersebut disebut… (A) Biodegradator. (B) Bioaktivator. (C) Biokatalis. (D) Biodeposit. (E) Biofilm. 03. Bagian sistem pencernaan yang berperan dalam memecah polipeptida menjadi oligopeptida adalah… (A) Duodenum. (B) Usus besar. (C) Lambung. (D) Jejunum. (E) Ileum. 04. Asam absisat melindungi tanaman yang mengalami kekurangan air melalui mekanisme… (A) Peningkatan pembentukan kutikula. (B) Penurunan tekanan turgor sel penjaga. (C) Peningkatan kecepatan pembelahan sel. (D) Penurunan kecepatan pembentangan sel. (E) Penghambatan pemanjangan sel epidermis. halaman 1 05. Pernyataan yang salah mengenai fotofosforilisasi siklik dan non siklik adalah… (A) Pada fotofosforilisasi non siklik sumber elektron yang memasuki Fotosistem II adalah molekul air, pada fotofosforilisasi siklik, sumber dari elektron adalah Fotosistem I. (B) Pada fotofosforilisasi non siklik penerima elktron terakhir adalah NADP, pada fotofosforilisasi siklik, penerima elektron terakhir adalah Fotosistem I. (C) Hasil dari fotofosforilisasi non siklik adalah ATP, NADPH, dan O2, sedangkan hasil dari fotofosforilisasi siklikhanya ATP. (D) Fotofosforilisasi non siklik melibatkan Fotosistem I dan II, fotofosforilisasi siklik hanya melibatkan Fotosistem II. 06. Perhatikan diagram saluran kreb berikut! Tahap dimana berlangsung hidrasi adalah (A) 1 dan 4 (B) 1 dan 5 (C) 2 dan 6 (D) 3 dan 7 (E) 3 dan 8 Kunci dan pembahasan soal ini bisa dilihat di www.zenius.net dengan memasukkan kode 3117 ke menu search. Copyright © 2013 Zenius Education SBMPTN 2013 Biologi, Kode Soal doc. name: SBMPTN2013BIO999 halaman 2 doc. version : 2013-10 | 07. Perhatikan gambar tahapan mitosis berikut! 10. Grafik berikut menunjukan kinerja insulin sintetis. Tahap telofase, metaphase, anaphase dan profasen ditunjukan oleh urutan angka…
Today most consumers cannot reach 911 by sending a text message from their wireless phone. In limited areas of the United States, however, it is now possible to use certain wireless telephone services to send a text message to 911. This means that in such areas, if you are unable to make a voice 911 call, you can type your message on your wireless phone and send it to a 911 operator. But even where text-to-911 is available, if you are able to make a voice call to 911, and if it is safe to do so, you should always make a voice call to 911 instead. The four largest wireless telephone companies (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon) have voluntarily committed to make texting to 911 available by May 15, 2014 in areas where the local 911 center is prepared to receive the texts. By September 30, 2013, if you attempt to send a text to 911 where text-to-911 service is unavailable, you will receive an immediate “bounce-back” message that text-to-911 is not available and that you should contact emergency services by another means, such as by making a voice call or using telecommunications relay services (the latter for consumers who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have a speech disability). For more information and/or updates regarding text-to-911, please visit www.fcc.gov/text-to911. For links to FCC proceedings about text-to-911, please visit: www.fcc.gov/document/text-911-bounce-back-message-order, and www.fcc.gov/document/text-911-further-notice-proposed-rulemaking.
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The aim of the contest is to highlight the nature of small-scale fishing and small-scale fishing communities, reflecting the social, cultural and economic importance of this sector to securing viable and sustainable livelihoods. Winning photos will be included in a ‘coffeetable’ photo book, produced as part of the Too Big To Ignore (TBTI) project. The subject Small-scale fishing and fisheries in all dimensions, both natural and human, but making visible the fishing activities itself throughout the value chain. This is to reflect the diversity, beauty and the efforts involved in this activity, and the specificities of fishing communities. Rules and submissions The contest is open to all photographers, professional or amateur, including attendees to the 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress (2WSFC). Each photographer may submit either a series of five photographs with a thematic nexus, or up to three individual images. The series and/or single photograph, in its entirety, must be original materials taken by the contestant. Formats and image size The photos will be sent in digital format, JPEG files in high resolution with at least 3.500 pixels in their longest side. Global retouching should be minimal (adjust white balance, levels, cropping etc., is allowed), but not any major modification of the original composition. The images will be set to a limit of 20 Mb. each, to be sent by e-mail or similar electronic medium to firstname.lastname@example.org. They may also be sent using links to Dropbox or Google-drive. Scanned photographs or slides of high quality are acceptable. Detailed information on specifications including photo formats, image size, photo identification etc.
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LONDON – A year has passed since the American former intelligence contractor Edward J. Snowden began revealing the massive scope of Internet surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency. His disclosures have elicited public outrage and sharp rebukes from close U.S. allies like Germany, upending rosy assumptions about how free and secure the Internet and telecommunications networks really are. Single-handedly Snowden has changed how people regard their phones, tablets and laptops, and sparked a public debate about the protection of personal data. What his revelations have not done is bring about significant reforms. To be sure, U.S. President Barack Obama, spurred by an alliance between civil society organizations and the technology industry, has taken some action. In a January speech, and an accompanying presidential policy directive, Obama ordered American spies to recognize that “all persons should be treated with dignity and respect, regardless of their nationality or where